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Berlin: 1-Hour City Tour by Boat with Guaranteed Seating

1. Berlin: 1-Hour City Tour by Boat with Guaranteed Seating

Discover some of the key landmarks of Berlin on a sightseeing boat tour. Enjoy a relaxing river cruise on the Spree to take in the sights at the heart of this bustling city.   Depart from Friedrichstraße or Nikolaiviertel. Your 1-hour sightseeing tour will take you past the Reichstag (German Parliament Building), through the new Regierungsviertel (Government Quarter), all the way to the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (House of World Cultures). After turning at the Lutherbrücke (Luther Bridge), keep a look out for Schloss Bellevue (Bellevue Palace), the "Beamtenschlange" (civil servant housing), and the Siegessäule (Victory Column). Marvel at Hauptbahnhof (Central Station), Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral), Museumsinsel (Museum Island), and the Nikolaiviertal, the oldest residential area in Berlin. Arrive back either Friedrichstraße or Nikolaiviertel to finish the tour.

Berlin: Mitte Smartphone Scavenger Hunt Tour

2. Berlin: Mitte Smartphone Scavenger Hunt Tour

Discover the historical center of Berlin in Mitte during this interactive scavenger hunt tour game played on your smartphone. Learn interesting facts, solve questions, gain points, and see how you place on the regional league table. In this game that’s a perfect mix between a scavenger hunt and tour, your phone is your personal guide. That means you can start, stop, and play according to your personal needs and interests. Set out to discover historical places, must-see sights, and hot spots away from the usual tourist paths around Mitte, Berlin's most central borough. Learn about the city’s development, history, and more. Starting from the World Clock at Alexanderplatz, the oldest boulevard in Berlin, Unter den Linden, takes you right through the middle of Berlin. Walk from the Berlin Cathedral to the Brandenburg Gate, with many other landmarks in between. Explore stations of the lost GDR (German Democratic Republic) and gain insights into the history of the perished GDR. For each solved question or task, you’ll receive 10 safari points. If you need a hint to solve the question, you’ll only get 5 safari points. In the end, your safari points will be added. The higher your score, the higher your placement in the safari regional league table.

Berlin: Festival of Lights LightSeeing Bike Taxi Tour

3. Berlin: Festival of Lights LightSeeing Bike Taxi Tour

Start your tour either in Alexanderplatz or Potsdamer Platz. Meet your driver at an easy-to-find location within these bustling squares. During the tour, check out illuminations and video mappings on Potsdamer Platz, Brandenburg Gate, Gendarmenmarkt, Bebelplatz, Schlossplatz, Berliner Dom, and the TV Tower.  Tours beginning in Alexanderplatz will end at Potsdamer Platz, and tours beginning in Potsdamer Platz will end in Alexanderplatz, ensuring you’ll never cross the same path twice. Let your driver know whenever you want to step out of the bike and snap some photos, or stop at other locations.  Please dress warmly, as October nights in Berlin are sometimes chilly. For extra comfort, there are blankets you can use onboard. Each bike taxi has space for 2 adults and a day pack. The tour can be booked in German, English, or Spanish.

Berlin: Historical 2-Hour Walking Tour

4. Berlin: Historical 2-Hour Walking Tour

Take a look behind the scenes of Berlin’s city center and discover the fascinating yet tragic history of the vanished old town of Berlin. Discover the meaning of the atonement cross on St. Mary’s Church and why the beautiful church stands alone. Hear what Berliners once said about the Neptune Fountain and where it was previously located. Immerse yourself in a poignant chapter of the city's recent history not far from St. Mary’s Church, where women protested against the arrest of their husbands in 1943. Discover the interesting history of Berlin Cathedral and see a small stone that commemorates the courageous people who opposed the Nazis in 1942. The most beautiful square in Berlin commemorates a large theater fire and the beginning of a famous opera by Jacques Offenbach. You will also take a look behind the scenes of the street Unter den Linden. Discover a inner courtyard full of technology and an eventful history. The tour ends at Pariser Platz with the Brandenburg Gate. Find out why the famous gate was built in this way and where the lobbyists sit.

Berlin: Private Sightseeing Tour in Iconic Oldtimer VW Bus

5. Berlin: Private Sightseeing Tour in Iconic Oldtimer VW Bus

Discover all of the important sights in the almost 800-year city of Berlin. Travel the guided route through small but interesting side roads. Your friendly chauffeur will tell you about the different eras of Berlin in just two hours. You will also explore almost forgotten places and discover the origins of the city. A photo booklet, which is tailored to the individual locations of the tour, gives you an impression of the past and the interiors of the various sights during the journey.  The route includes Berlin Cathedral, Lustgarten, Old Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Neues Museum, Pergamon Museum, Bode Museum, Berlin State Library, Maxim Gorki Theater, German Historical Museum, Neue Wache, Alte Kommandantur, Kronprinzenpalais, Prinzessinnenpalais, Humboldt University, Berlin State Opera, Bebelplatz, Altes Palais, Unter den Linden, Pariser Platz, Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag, Government District, Federal Chancellery, Central Station, Moltke Bridge, Kongresshalle, Bellevue Palace, Siegessäule, Scandinavian Embassies, Zoologischer Garten, Theater des Westens, Savignyplatz, Kurfürstendamm, Gedächtniskirche, Tauentzienstraße, KaDeWe, Embassy District, Berliner Philharmonie, Kulturforum, Potsdamer Platz, Berlin Wall, Niederkirchner Straße, Anhalter Station, Holocaust Memorial, Führer Bunker, Reich Chancellery, Friedrichstraße, Checkpoint Charlie, Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin City Palace, Jungfern Bridge, Galgenhaus, Rotes Rathaus, TV Tower, Neptune Fountain, and St. Mary's Church. 

Berlin: Self-Guided Audio Tour on Your Phone

6. Berlin: Self-Guided Audio Tour on Your Phone

Discover Berlin's numerous historic sites with a self-guided audio tour on your phone designed by an accredited expert. Listen to fascinating stories based on an award-winning storytelling concept and gain insights into the captivating history of Germany's capital. Start your tour from Alexanderplatz, home to some of Berlin’s iconic sights, and continue to explore surrounding local sites. This is an unmissable opportunity to experience at your own pace this beautiful and historical capital, and find out the hidden corners of it with a captivating audio tour on your phone. Locations: Berlin Cathedral: • Although the history of Berlin Cathedral, or Berliner Dom in German, is the largest protestant church in Germany (started in 1465), its construction was completed in the 19th century. Listen to stories about the cathedral construction, finding out which royal dynasty is buried here. Reichstag Building: • This building, where the German parliament is housed, is the core of the political system and power of Germany. After peripeties and negotiations, the former palace was replaced by the building which became the home of the 19th century General Assembly. Later, its capture by the Soviet army marked the end of WWII and the victory over the Nazis. Brandenburg Gate: • The Brandenburg Gate is not only one of Berlin’s landmarks, but also a symbol of peace and unity. Its neoclassical structure is a reminder of King Frederick William II’s aspirations to construct a new Athens on the river Spree, while the winged victory on its top recalls the arrival of Napoleon in Berlin. Follow the footsteps of the French leader in order to find out how the sculpture was once found in Paris. Checkpoint Charlie: • Today it appears as nothing more than a little shed in the middle of a modern, busy street, but Checkpoint Charlie is the embodiment of the post-war decades that not only shaped Berlin or Germany but the entire world. It is a symbol of the Cold War era, as well as of the time Berlin was divided by the Wall. It served as a single-person crossing-point from West Berlin into East Berlin and vice versa. Listen to the stories about the escapes and how Checkpoint Charlie became the theatre of the Berlin Crisis of 1961.

Berlin: Festival of Lights Lit-Up Bike-Taxi LightSeeing Tour

7. Berlin: Festival of Lights Lit-Up Bike-Taxi LightSeeing Tour

The tour begins at either Alexanderplatz or Potsdamer Platz where you’ll meet your driver and hop on board your very own bike-taxi. Then it’s time to set out across the city to marvel at some of Berlin’s most iconic landmarks lit up in the night sky. Ride around Berlin with your guide, listening to fascinating stories about the city as you marvel at the Festival of Lights. Along the way, visit Potsdamer Platz, Brandenburg Gate, Gendarmenmarkt, Bebelplatz, Schlossplatz, Berliner Dom, and the TV tower to admire the illuminations. There’s plenty of time to stop for photographs and get a closer look at the action, just let your driver know. Don’t forget to wear some warmer clothes, as the weather in October can get quite chilly, but your bike-taxi comes with complimentary blankets to keep you warm just in case.

Discover Berlin Walking Tour

8. Discover Berlin Walking Tour

See historic Berlin on a walking tour through the city's most significant places. Take an informative, thought-provoking journey that brings the history of Berlin alive. Cover all of Berlin's main sights, from the Berlin Wall to the site of Hitler's bunker. Visit the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Cathedral, Palace Square, and much more. Choose to take either a shorter or longer tour with a private guide to fit your schedule. Your guide’s superb story-telling skills will weave the themes of Prussian, Imperial, Nazi, Cold War and 21st-Century Berlin into a detailed narrative, stretching from Berlin’s swampy origins in medieval times, to the controversies over the design of the memorial, to the tragic story of the murdered Jews of Europe. Along the way, meet characters who have left their imprint on the city, including Albert Einstein, Marlene Dietrich, and JFK. Stand above the spot where Hitler took his life in April 1945, and see where daring escapes took place across the Berlin Wall before its momentous fall in 1989.

Scavenger Hunt through Berlin

9. Scavenger Hunt through Berlin

Enjoy a unique tour of Berlin and adventure through the city unraveling riddles. If you are up to the challenge, Berlin awaits! The starting point of the "City Route I" is at the World Time Clock at Alexanderplatz. Then, head to the TV Tower, which has a viewing platform with wonderful views over the city (tickets not included). Continue on to the Rotes Rathaus and the Berlin Cathedral, where you’ll find further activities for the scavenger hunt. Then, visit the Museum Island with its 5 fantastic museums. Take a break there or visit one of the museums, such as the Pergamon Museum or the Neues Museum with stunning bust of Nefertiti. Find more tasks at Gendarmenmarkt, the beautiful square with French and German Cathedrals. Continue on to Pariser Platz and the Brandenburg Gate before experiencing the atmosphere at the Holocaust Memorial. Head on to Potsdamer Platz and Checkpoint Charlie but don't forget to solve those riddles. How the scavenger hunt through Berlin works: In the box there are between 8 and 16 closed and numbered envelopes. These include small tasks that need to be solved. With clear and understandable directions, you make your way through Berlin on foot. Solve the riddles and find your way to the next attraction in the city. At each location you will receive extensive background information.

Berlin: 1-Hour Guided Tour of the Historic Center

10. Berlin: 1-Hour Guided Tour of the Historic Center

Set off from the Brandenburg Gate and journey down the famous Unter den Linden, named after the linden trees that line the grassed pedestrian mall and broad carriageways on each side. Stop outside the Prussian State Library and Humboldt University, considered one of the finest in Europe and where Marx and Einstein once studied. Enter the Bebelplatz and see the State Opera building and dome of St. Hedwig's Cathedral.  Then, go to the former winter residence of the German Emperors and get a stunning view of Alexanderplatz and the Fernsehturm (TV Tower) from Berlin Palace.

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4.7 / 5

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a circuit through the great buildings, while you rest on the boat taking what you feel like at that moment, this is a great fast and comfortable way to visit Berlin..

The cruise was very interesting, the timing correct and the possibility of interactive driving (even if it didn't work the first time). Recommended.

Het was super. Geweldige gids met een geweldig VW bus. De gids wist veel te vertellen over Berlijn. Het was echt super!

Great experience! Great boat tour! Interesting Facts! Great staff! Always happy. See you soon Berlin, we love u

Practical, fast and manageable. Without waiting and on time. Pleasant coworkers. We had fun being there.